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Figure 2: The association between blood alcohol content, age, and clinical score with head computed tomography findings. Head injury type is not associated with blood alcohol content (a) or age (b); however, CCS was higher for subarachnoid hemorrhage and subdural hemorrhage compared to skull fractures (c). The CCS is associated with head computed tomography yield. Different letters indicate a post hoc significance (d) *P < 0.05

Figure 2: The association between blood alcohol content, age, and clinical score with head computed tomography findings. Head injury type is not associated with blood alcohol content (a) or age (b); however, CCS was higher for subarachnoid hemorrhage and subdural hemorrhage compared to skull fractures (c). The CCS is associated with head computed tomography yield. Different letters indicate a <i>post hoc</i> significance (d) *<i>P</i> < 0.05